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Pope Urban III

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Pope
Urban III
B Urban III.jpg
Papacy began 25 November 1185
Papacy ended 20 October 1187
Predecessor Lucius III
Successor Gregory VIII
Orders
Consecration 1182
Created cardinal September 1173
by Pope Lucius III
Personal details
Birth name Uberto Crivelli
Born 1120
Cuggiono, Holy Roman Empire
Died (1187-10-20)20 October 1187
Ferrara, Holy Roman Empire
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Other popes  named Urban

Pope Urban III (Latin: Urbanus III; died 20 October 1187), born Uberto Crivelli, reigned from 25 November 1185 to his death in 1187.[1]

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Contents

Life

Early life and papal election

Crivelli was born in Cuggiono as the son of Guala Crivelli and had four brothers: Pietro, Domenico, Pastore and Guala. He was, on his mother's side, the uncle of the future Pope Celestine IV. He studied in Bologna.

He was made a cardinal and the Archbishop of Milan by Pope Lucius III. His original title is unknown, but he opted to be the Cardinal-Priest of San Lorenzo in Lucina in 1182. He eventually succeeded Lucius III on 25 November 1185.[2]

Pontificate

He vigorously took up his predecessor's quarrels with Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa, including the standing dispute about the disposal of the territories of the countess Matilda of Tuscany. Even after his elevation to the papacy, Urban III continued to hold the archbishopric of Milan, and in this capacity refused to crown as King of Italy Frederick I's son Henry, who had married Constance, the heiress of the kingdom of Sicily.

While Henry in the south cooperated with the rebel Senate of Rome, Frederick I in the north blocked the passes of the Alps and cut off all communication between the Pope, then living in Verona, and his German adherents. Urban III now resolved on excommunicating Frederick I, but the Veronese protested against such a proceeding being resorted to within their walls. He accordingly withdrew to Ferrara, but died before he could give effect to his intentions. His successor was Gregory VIII.

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Duffy, Eamon, Saints & sinners: A History of the Popes, (Yale University Press, 2001), 392.
  2. ^ Coulombe, Charles A., Vicars of Christ: A History of the Popes, (Citadel Press, 2003), 249.

References

from the 9th edition (1880) of an unnamed encyclopedia

Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Lucius III
Pope
1185–87
Succeeded by
Gregory VIII
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